Home Network Survey Reveals Most Popular Property

A recent survey has revealed the most popular property types currently available in the UK. Conducted by estate agency organisation, Home Sale Network amongst its members, the survey found that two and three bedroom houses topped the list.

 

Over 80%[1] of survey respondents indicated that two to three bedroom houses were the most in demand property type amongst potential buyers. Four or more bedroom properties came second[2] and two to three bedroom flats/apartments were third[3].

 

The survey sought to find the most popular area type for buyers too. Nearly half[4] of Home Sale Network respondents reported town or city centres were the most popular areas to purchase properties in, with suburban areas coming a close second[5].

 

As a national network of independent estate agents acrossEngland,ScotlandandWales, Home Sale Network members have been specially selected to represent the Network in their area.

 

Dan Crawley from Aldreds, the member of Home Sale Network in East Norfolk and North Suffolk said, “It’s interesting to see the results of this month’s Network survey and indeed two to three bedroom properties are popular. However, we’re receiving buyer enquiries for all kinds of properties in different areas across East Norfolk andNorth Suffolk areas. So if you’re thinking of selling, get in touch with us today.

 

“Through our membership with Home Sale Network, we have access to potential out of town buyers moving into East Norfolk andNorth Suffolk, providing an additional avenue for you to sell your home”.

 

Dan Crawley MNAEA

Director – Residential

 

ALDREDS PROPERTY CONSULTANTS LTD

116a High Street

Gorleston

GreatYarmouth

NorfolkNR31 6RE

Tel:  01493 664600

Fax: 01493 443688



[1] 83% of respondents indicated that two to three bedroom houses were most in demand.

[2] 16% of respondents indicated four or more bedroom houses were most in demand.

[3] 1% of respondents indicated two to three bedroom flats were most in demand.

[4] 45% of respondents indicated that town/city centres were most in demand.

[5] 44% of respondents indicated that suburbs were most in demand.

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